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Neskbvvin Has L'arge Com
rn unity Kitchen and Dining
R6orti for Camp Grounds
Neskowin,' "; tne only place
where the highway and the beach
come together," has a novel com
munity serjrtce ' that is attracting
many people to that coast resort.
, It s a new community kitchen,
the facilities and - conyenieaces of
whleh are available for and wel
corae to campera.tor all ho use
tke camp grounds:' More than 100
people may bev Accommodated at
the tables of the dining room in
the community kitchen, which is
screened in and made very com
fortable and. inviting. THere la
room on the community range to
prepare " meals for perhaps over
200 people at one time. This
range r una clear down one side of
the building, and the heating of
the range, and the water for wash
ing dishes, etc., is all from a fur
nace on the outside of the build
ing. This makes ' for com fort as
yell as convenience. .
And, as said above, this service
1 all , free and welcome to the
campers.' . This does away with
fires for - cooking in the camp
grounds, and it enables those in
charge to keep the grounds neat
land clean. . '
-(! A Hippy Thought .
.. Some, one had a happy thought.
I he working out of that thought
Is I making Neskowin resort dis
tinctive. The camp ground there
ii right on the Roosevelt highway.
A paved road lead aH the way.
One inay;"-motor .from Safeni to
KeskovMn In comfort in four hours
' SrOr three hoars. If he Is a fast
Hriver of a speedy car or two
and" af" half hours and less, if he
Is a speed fiend.
' The Neskowin resort people are
a sort of large happy family, work
ing and planning together. The
head of the family; is Wm. S. Wal
ton, cashier of the Ladd & Bush
bank In Sajem, who is responsive
to suggestions for better service,
both in his capacity as chief of
the community workers and in his
proprietary. Interests there.
This cooperation works for a re
sort that is distinctive in many
ways. It makes for a spirit of wel
come, backed up by service that is
appreciated by people away from
home on their vacations. It is a
leaf from the book of the famous
"California spirit." worked out on
this Tillamook coast resort; a spir
it that has made the southern part
of California known the world
over . for Its ' handsome treatment
of the stranger within the gates.
v Salem People There
'A " number ; of the best known
Salem families have had cottages
at the -Neskowin resort for a num
ber of years. They, commenced
going there when it was an out Of
the way place, before there .were
any paved highways, and even be
fore -there were automobiles to
drive on the highways. They are
still going there,' and in larger
numbers in later years. They go
In the. winter as well as during the
! summer season when the large
J3o Neskowin la a sort of little
. Ealem at the seashore, and a beau
tiful seashore it is, with surround-
ulngt to correspond.
ROSTEIM & GREEMBAUM
Bargain Days were a perfect 'success. We 'still "have
some very good bargains that we will continue until
.36 Inch Baby First Step
Figured Plisse Crepe Shoes, Slippers
New, patterns and shades $1'45 and Close out
. Regular 50c Bargain
29c Yard 95c
$5.00 Beautif ul Rayon Baby Soft Sole Shoes
Bed Spreads 75c and $1.00 grad only
&lxl08. Pink, blue green, a few left
' lavender To close out at
Bargain $3.85 35c
All Linen . . ' Child's Shoes
Glass Toweling Sizes 2 to 4. Were $1.50
Pink and blue check -to $1.95
35c grade Bargain To Close-Out at
'Yard -23c v ltlS
,. , Ladies; vv. Children's Shoes
Chamoisuede Gloves Size 3 to 8. $2.50 and
New shades.' 75c values $2.75 shoes: and slippers
' Bargain " " To close out at
D160x We have discontinued
iSlanlcetS handling children's and ;
; First quality Bargain women's . shpes hence
;- i the above close 1
: 1 Fair &1.5U - out prices ' . t
24 a NORTH COMMERCIAL STREET
Sadden -Death Comes
TLast Kttea Held 'for EfWrd M.
Smith Found Dead in Bed
STAYTON, Ore.. July 5. (Spe
cial) Funeral services were held
here this afternoon froni the Wed
dle chapel for Edward M. Smith.
75, who was found dead in bis bed
at, his, farm home, six miles south
of Stayton in Linn county, from
The family had retired at, an
early hour, with the husband and
father apparently in his usual
health. Later Mrs. Smith arose to
put. the cat out. and upon going to
her husband's room, discovered
his lifeless body. 1
The deceased was the father of
six children, five daughters and
one son. One daughter, Mrs.
Charles Alexander of Albany, is
the wife of a noted writer of out
Interment was in Mt. Pleasant
Crowd Breaks Record
SILVERTON, Ore., July 5.
(Special.) But four Civil war
veterans rode in the Fourth of
July parade at the celebration
held here Monday. These were
A. Van Valkenburg, A. McLouKh
IJn, James Maur.r:ng and Vrlce
One of the largest crowds ever
attending a celebration at Silver
ton was here for the Fourth, and
the parade forming at 10:30 was
one of the finest ever held. Ames
Hardware won first prize in the
merchants' division, which the
Silver Falls Timber company yard
coming in second.
The two Silverton fire trucks
and that of the Mount Angel de
partment also formed part of the
Cloverdale WCTU Meets
at Kunke Home Wednesday
CLOVERDALE, July 4. (Spe
cial.) The W. C. T. U. spent! a
most delightful ' day Wednesday
with Anna Kunke as hostes.
Mrs. Antilla Hadley of Portland
who is here visiting is 111 with in
fluenza. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Davis of
Crabtree were here Sunday visit
ing with heir grandparents, Mr.
and Airs. Thomas Warren.
Mt. Zimmerman, an old resi
dent here, died -in Portland early
Thursday, according to word re
ceived here by friends and neigh
bors. Mr. Shae and Mr. Hale of Glen
dale, California, who are touring
Oregon, called at the home of Mrs.
J. M. Hamilton Thursday. They
visited her last year in June.
Former Stayton Residents
Return to Spend Holiday
STAYTON, Ore., July 5. Mr.
and Mrs. V, L. McCrosky and son
Jerry, motored here from Port
land to spend the holiday week
end visiting with friends. The
McCrosky's formerly resided in
Stayton, where Mr. McCrosky con
ducted a law office, and Mrs. Mc
Crosky was a teacher in the local
FORMER RESIDENT VISITS
SILVERTON. Ore., July 5.
(Special.) Mrs. Bert firlffen of
Alturas, California, is visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Bahrke. Mr. Griffen was at one
time a barber at Silverton.
One Night, Tuesday, July 12
Dorothy Adams and Gordon Nelson as Dinah and Orian
in "Mr. Prin Passes By"
Surprises Pringle Folk
PRINGLE, July 5. Pringle
folks wpre quite surprised to learn
Sunday evening that Sherly Dun
can and Ennie' Kemplo were mar
ried Saturday night. These young
folks are quite well and favorably
known in this vicinity. They
surely hava the best wishes of all.
On July 4 Mr. and Mrs.A. J. Dn
ean served a big .dinner in honor
of the newly married cample.
Mr. Holmes nd family of.Al
lerton, Iowa, spenit, a (lay with the
A. .1. DnBcan family. ; Thfy 'are
old time acquaintances;
H. K. Stewart and family at
tended the camp meeting at Turn
Mr. Sealey of Idaho is visiting
with his brothers and their fami
lies of Pringle.
A number of jolly young folks
of Pringle helped H. E. Stewart
gather his Ping cherries on July
J. M. Coburn Is marketing, cher
ries. Miss Erma Meeks and her moth
er called on Mrs. J. D. Alexander
SALEMITES VISIT STAYTOX
STAYTON, July 5. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Luthy of Salem were
ngests at the home of XIr. and
Mrs. J. H. Mlssler over the week
end, the two families driving out
for a day's picnic on Monday, July
4. Mr. Luthy, who is engaged in
the jewelry business in Salem, was
formerly in a similar businesa
Can Arrange Everything
FAMILIES throughout the
Pacific Northwest are giving
to -their sleeping loved ones the
protection against storm and van
dals that only Columbariuxns and
Mausoleums can give.
No matter where you reside, your local
funeral director can arrange every
- thing, and will provide you with full
information' regarding these incom
parably better ways.
The Cost of Cremation is only $4S
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ELS IN ORE
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Theater Tickets Lacking,
Wife Nagged, Complaint
Failure to provide good tickets
to costly theater performances in
California even though there had
already been a sell out was one
of the petty things his wife nagged
him about, declared Alfred L.
Adams, Silverton motion picture
theater owner, in a suit for di
yorco filed in circuit court yester
fliy, on grounds of cruel and in
On other occasions, the com
plaint states. Mrs. Adams criticized
his dress publicly much to his em
The couple were married Jan
uary 5. 1920, at Eugjene. They
have one child, a son six years of
to Be Event of July 14
SILVERTON, Ore., July 5.
(Special.) A pretty wedding of
this month will be that of Miss
Myrna Sather, oldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sather ot
Silverton, to Benard Koisen, a
brother of Mrs. C. Ennevoldson.
The date has been set for the
fourteenth of this month.
The ceremony will be held at
Trinity church and a reception
will follow at the home of the
bride's parents. Marcella En
nevoldson. a niece of the groom,
will act as maid of honor. Rev.
George Henriksen of Parkland,
Washington, will read the cere
mony. Funeral Director
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Wi A, Heater Claims Partner
.Not Expert Grower and
Didn't Tend Plants
The old Ptory of the partnership
between the man of money and
the man of experience was retold
In a complaint riled in circuit
coyrt yesterday. Only, in this
case, according ho the complaint,
one of the men didn't produce.
It seems that V. A. Heater, a
farmer living h the Salem dis
trict, had 22 acres last year which
he yisioned shouid produce straw
berries of merit and bring him
profits. But he knew nothing
about how the fruit properly
should be raised.
Up stepped Moses C' Red fern
who told Heater he was a man of
experience j in strawberry- planting
and marketing. An agreement
was immediately drawn up. Ac
cording to its terms, Heater would
furnish the 22 acres of land, a
quantity of strawberry plants, and
sufficient money to do the work.
Redfern. in turn, was properly to
plant, cultivate, and market the
berries. The prorits were to be
. Came spring, whtn any good
strawberry plant should be pro
ducing fruit. But Heater's plants
didn't function to suit Redfern.
and the profits were not as great
Now Heater charges in court
that Redfern didn't set the plants
properly in the first place: didn't
cultivate or tend them; and neg
lected to pay attention during the
harvesting. And what's more,
changes Heater, he has now learn
ed that Redfern misrepresented
himself as a strawberry expert.
Heater asks judgment of $K00
against Redfern and dissolution of
the partnership. Also he asks
that the court njediat( in dividing
the profits of $1,200.14 accruing
from strawberry sales.
FOURTH AT STAYTOX QUIET
STAYTON. Ore., July 5.
(Special) Monday. July 4, was
an exceedingly quiet day in Stay
ton, with the greater part of the
population spending the holiday in
the mountains, at spring resorts
and at the beach resorts in pur
suit of pleasure and recreation.
1 iini MiTiiniyj'
6 feet by 7 feet 6 in. bamboo shades.
Other sizes priced in $065
Full coil springs, adiiistable head
rest, padded adjustable back angle
iron frame. Complete withcaiiopy
TV i vc.lMEaiBEiioP ) 'j ; : .
,x j THE LARGEST FURNITURE DUYING ORGANIZATION IN THE UNITED STATES . k
for Mrs;iFannie Terry
SILVERTON, . Ore., July 5.
(Special.) Funeral services Tor
Mrs. Fannie Terry were held from
the Jack and Ekman chapel Tues
day morning and Interment was
made in the Silverton cemetery.
Mrs. Terry was 93 years of age
and one of Sllverton's well-known
citizens, having lived here a num
ber of years. Until just recently
she walked the half mile from her
I home to Silverton a number of
j times a day. She .came, to Ore
igon.in 1899. rirst settling at New
I berg, and to Silverton in 1907.
j She was the mother of eleven
I children, lour of whom survive
! her. These are Joe Terrv. Bert
Terry and Mrs. John Hoblitt of
Silverton, and Mrs. W. F. Kull of
Portland. She also leaves 13
grand children and 10 great grand
children. Will Deed Trinity Church
to Newly Organized Group
SILVERTON, Ore.. July 5.
(Special) At the meeting of Em
manuel congregation Friday even
ing it was voted that the board
of directors deed the former
Trinity property to Trinity organi
zation. Members dissatisfied in ' Em
manuel congregation have formed
an organization and taken up the
old Trinity charter. As soon as
the deed has been transfered.
Trinity organization will meet to
call a pastor.
ADMITS DOUBLE KILLING
Benton Man Confesses Shooting
Bride And Alleged Suitor
BENTON,. Ills., July 5; (AP)
Joe Palermo, 53. held in jail
here for the murder of his 19-year-old
bride, and Robert, Purello,
3 0. her alleged admirer, lat the
Palermo home In Royalton, last
night, has admitted the double
killing, county officers said.
- Mrs. Palermo, mother of a new
born baby, died today from bul
let wounds" alleged to have been
inflicted by her husband during a
SHOT IN LUNG BY PISTOIj
CHERRY CREEK, N. Y.. July
5. (AP) Howard Phillips, 16.
was shot In the lung Monday while
tampering with a pistol he and
another boy planned to use in cel
ebrating the holiday. He died in
an ambulance. His companion
said they did not know the pistol
When Glasses Are
"APPEAL TO O'NEILL"
Dr. C. B. O'Neill
First National Bank Building
GIESE-POWERS SUMMER COMFORTS
Exceptional Offerings in Porch Swings Shades
Funeral Service Held
' For Victim Of Shot
CoronerV Investigation !hows
,, Charles Tower Despondent '
Funeral services were held yes'r
terday afternoon front the We"bb
funeral parlors for Charles Tower,
16 year old son of Mrs. Gordon
E. Tower, who was killed by a
rifle, shot at his hotqe south of
Salem Saturday afternoon.
A coroner's inquiry established
the fact-that the" youth had been
despondent for some months, and
pointed to the shooting as a case
of suicide. The boy was alone; at
the time, most of the family hav
ing gone to the beach for the
week-end. The body was foiind
by the boy's sister early in the
evening, several hours after the
Young Tower was a senior in
the Salem high school, and a mem
ber of Chemeketa chapter. Order
of Ic Molay. His - step-father,
Gordon E. Tower, is head orchard;
i.st at the state hospital farm on
the Turner road.
The youth had just returned
last week from camp at Fort
Stevens, where he had been with
the Salem headquarters company
of the coast artillery unit for two
Four brothers and sisters, and
a step-brother and step-sister sur
vive him, beside his mother and
VISITOR, L1KKS WEST
SILVERTON, July S. (Special)
Mrs. Andrew Boyeson arrived at
Silverton Friday from Casselton,
N. D. She will visit during the
summer with her nephew, L.. H.
Meyer. Mrs. Boyeson reports It
We Are Buying ;
Royal Anne Cherries
Price according to size- also Kentish '.-and Mont
morency Cherries : ,
Packing Co., Corner High and Trade Streets
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
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Single box lots welcome. Boxes furriishedj Deliver at
Larmer's warehouse, Front street, phone 2604 !
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Elarl Pearcy, Buyer : :
Complete with canopy angle iron
frame. . Regular $27.50: $11075
Regular $ 1 4.0& 1 2
with breeze : .
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is ' pleasure Tit be In the 'wet
where one an enjoy fruit without
going : bankrupt. ; At Casselton
strawberries' were selling for $5
a 'crate at the time .she left. She .
also remembered that other food
stuffs 'w?re equally high,, flour
selling' . f or : almost $3 for 5-
pounds'. ; ', ,'.- :
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There is nothing better
than a dish of oar de
licious Ice Cream. It is
pure, healthful and
tasty. Yourchoice ; of
flavors and combina
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j DRUO STORE
ORIGINAL YELLOW FRONT
135 NJ Coml St.
The Penslar Store
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